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Sandstone Middle School canned food drive

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HERMISTON, OR - The student leadership team from Sandstone Middle School came up with an initiative to help Agape House. They are holding a canned food drive from February 27th to March 10th.

This is different from the winter drive because they are collecting specific items for the Agape House to use in their elementary backpack program.

These are the items that they are collecting:

Canned spaghetti or ravioli (any brand) 15 oz.

Chicken noodle soup (any brand) 10oz.

Boxed macaroni and cheese (any brand) 7.25 oz.

Canned tuna fish packed in water (any brand) 5 oz.

100% juice boxes or pouches (any flavor) 5 oz.

Instant oatmeal packages

Applesauce packets or cups  (any brand) 3-6 oz.

Ritz crackers (these must be tubes of crackers)

Sandwich cracker packs (peanut butter and cheese flavors)

Top Ramen noodles (packs preferred, not cups, no spicy flavors please)

Peanut butter in a plastic jar (any brand)  15-18 oz.

Small bags of chips 1-3 oz.

Small boxes of raisins 1.4 oz.

Chewy granola bars (any flavor, any brand)

All items collected will go directly to Hermiston families in need.

The following is a link to the video that the students created to promote the canned food drive.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63flaYZWVXU&feature=youtu.be

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